Afternoon Lede Check 4.3.14

In the aftermath of Ft. Hood II, Boehner says mentally ill should be prevented from having guns; Feinstein’s committee releases a damning report on CIA interrogation tactics; and the search for Relisha Rudd is officially ended.

From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…

The Washington PostArmy: Shooter showed no sign of likely violence

USA TodayFort Hood shooter saw no combat in Iraq

POLITICOI fought the law and I won

The HillBoehner says there’s ‘no question’ mentally ill shouldn’t have guns

Roll CallTexas Republicans: Cruz, Cornyn, Stockman Discord Disrupts Weekly Confab

Daily Caller: Bob Costas challenges gun-rights supporters

The Washington TimesFeds charge money for free reports that can be found on Google

National JournalDon’t Give Up On the Long-Term Unemployed

Washington City PaperMuriel’s Bowser’s win. Vince Gray’s final push. Jim Graham’s last stand. And what it all means for D.C. politics.

Washington ExaminerSenate panel votes to release CIA torture report


WTOP: A weather headache: Friday forecast

ABC 7: D.C. Police to release info on leads received in Relisha Rudd disappearance

NBC 4: Marshals Bringing Chris Brownto Hearings in D.C. Next Week

CBS 9: Grand jury may charge mother of missing Relisha Rudd

Fox 5: Police end search of Kenilworth Park for missing Relisha Rudd

(Photo credits from left to right: Greg Nash, AP/J.  Scott Applewhite, WTTG 5)